What We Do
Hundreds of new friendships in just a few hours
Every month at Give Something Back to Berlin we organise a community event where refugees and Berliners of all kinds – Germans, recently-settled “expats” etc. – come together to meet new people.
Christmas dinner with the Refugee Cooking Group
For the first few hours of Christmas day I really regretted my decision to have a Berlin Christmas. Luckily, I had kept one tradition – the stress of trying to cook Christmas dinner.
Are you a refugee and want to improve your English skills?
Join us for our weekly GSBTB English! We start again at the beginning of January.
Refugee connection building evening at Agora
Simply WOW. The community team up yesterday went better than we ever could have wished for!
Volunteer thank you from Frostschutzengel
These nice words came from the team at the homeless organisation Frostschutzengel who thanked all you GSBTBerliner volunteers for your commitment in 2015.
GSBTB refugee and friends Christmas music extravaganza
Our Christmas Party Music Extravaganza event last week was a culmination of all the best parts of this year in the life of Give Something Back to Berlin.
Volunteering with refugees at Tempelhof Airport
Once dubbed the “mother of all airports”, Tempelhof Airport is now welcoming refugees into its bosom.
Tour the refugee rights movement with an expert – a refugee!
A fabulous new initiative offers tours through the heart of the refugee rights movement in Berlin.
Cooking up an intercultural storm
This week GSBTB has the honour of hosting the alumni-network of The Intercultural Innovation Award from United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) and the BMW Group who are in Berlin at a conference.
Feeling honoured: GSBTB receives donations from exile-Syrians
This week Diana, a Syrian journalist from Al Jazeera, knocked on the door of our office.
Support our crowdfunding campaign
Dear GSBTBerliners, hangarounds and friends. What a crazy beautiful ride the last couple of weeks have been!
If not us, then who? Volunteering with refugees at Moabit Hilft
I spent last Wednesday serving lunch to refugees with the volunteer group Moabit Hilft. The unmistakable sound of chanting protestors boomed towards us from the main street while my friend Lisa and I carted our tray of minestrone soups and schrippen around the park.